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ART WALK


PORTL O~RANGIE PONCE INLET
SOUTH DAYTONA~J~ D AYTOIINA BEACH SHORES


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address the outcome of'h elcin 4,~o
Officials ackn~owl- o*"
edged that this option
conflicted with the
newly passed charter
amendment and
would likely be chal-
lenged.
"I would not rec- Avr
ommend that," said Adetso ye
town attorney Vir- C1386-32:
ginia Cassady.
Language in both the second and
third version supported the charter
amendment, capping dry boat stor
age at 5,000 square feet.


By Jeanne Willard
Willard@hometownnewsol.com
PONCEIN\LET Acknowledging a
long and often contentious process,
residents applauded when changes
to the town's comprehensive plan
were unanimously approved by the
town council this week.
"Council, we've come a long way
baby," Mayor Nancy Epps said, just
prior to Tuesday's vote.
Officials had delayed a final vote
until after the results of November's
election when residents overwhelm-
ingly approved a charter amendment
limiting dry boat storage to 5,000


square feet by special exemption and
prohibited such use in the Riverfront
Overlay Dis~trict.
In response to the election out-
come, town staff members presented
council members with three versions
of the future land use section for con-
sideration.
Although land use represents only
one of many changes proposed to the
comprehensive plan, it became a
lightning rod for controversy that
centered on potential waterfront
development.
The first option presented to coun-
cil members was similar to the one
proposed in October and did not


See PLAN, A2


Randy Barber/staff photographer
The newly built Charles and Linda Williams Children's Museum at the Museum of Arts and Sciences will be open
to the public today. From left to right: Alexandria Blinn, 6, Zoey Zacharias, 8, Abagail Hagan, 9, Chance Blinn, 9,
Quinn Zacharias, 12, and Cory Kennedy, 12, get a preview recently.



Interactive science center copens


today at Museum of Arts & Sciences


re "not boring."
"There's a lot of good
stuff to do," Luke said. "It's
really fun."
The contemporary high-
ceilings and open spaces
decorated 'in bright pri-
mary colors invite children
to play and experiment
with 18 activity stations
that include that mini race
car building station that
Luke enjoyed, pizza place,
laser harp, tennis ball
launcher, video light
microscope, radiology
exhibit, construction
career area and electric cir-
cuit station. .
While the exhibits are a
lot of fun, children are


learning as they partici-
pate, said Jeremy Blinn, sci-
ence curator.
"We start to develop their
minds in physics and engi-
neering," Mr. Blinn said.
"And (hopefully) stimulate
their dreams in science."
At the electric circuit sta-
tion, children create cir-
.cuits using lights, resistors,
fans and swiitches, he said.
A nearby' pile of nuts,
bolts, screwvdri\ers and
panels invites kids to build
from their imagination.
Compressed air is easier
to visualize while playing
with the tennis ball launch-

See SCIENCE, A8


children's science center at
the Museum of Arts & Sci-
ences, scheduled to open
today.
On a recent preview visit,
Luke Laux, 8, was oblivious
to anyone around him as
he bent his spiked, surfer-
dude-styled head over a
pile of motors, gears and
wheels while assembling a
mini race car, before rush-
ing to test it out on a race
track.
The Spruce Creek Ele-
mentary School student
said the interactive exhibits


By Jeanne Willard
Willard @hometownnewsol.com
DAYTONA BEACH -
This is not their parent's
museum
Children don't need to
speak in hushed tones and
no one scolds them when
they touch the many
exhibits in The Charles and
Linda Williams Children's
Museum.
Touching is not only
allowed, its encouraged in
the new 9,300-square-foot


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boys, who were separated
when they fist entered the
foster~ care system, were
adopted by Richard and
Jenny Semmens in a cele-
bration hosted by the Com-
munity Partnership for Chil-
dren at the Calvary Christian
Center in Ormond Beach.
"Family is very important
to us," Mrs. Semmens said at
the Saturday event. "We
knew they had to be togeth-
er."
Normally held in closed
courtomb te adopto o
was open to the public to
create awareness of the need
for adoptive parents, said Jo
Lynn Deal, Community Part-


nership for Children chief
development officer.
The partnership helps
children who have been
abused or neglected and, if
needed, assists them in find-
ing a permanent, loving
home, she said.
Of the more than 950 chil-
dren in Florida awaiting per-
manent homes, 38 children
live in Volusia County, Ms.
Deal said.
Eric and Brandon were
placed as foster children at
oh emS ag' lolly Hill
Eric, now 6, was angry and
acted out, often banging his
head when fist he arrived,
See ADOPTION, A4


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Jenny Semmens hugs her newly adopted three-year-old
son Brandon while his brother Enic, 6, also adopted by the
Semmens, looks on at Calvary Christian Center in
Ormond Beach. Ricky, 1, is the Semmens' biological son.


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Vol. 3, No. 43 Your Local News and Information Source* www.HometownNews0L.com Friday, November 21, 2008


Ponce Inlet comp plan passed


Hi, Hometown News
readers.


Veterans
remembered

Citizens remembered
fallen heroes in Veterans' Day
celebrations all around
Volusia County. In Port
Orange, State Rep. Dorothy
Hukill hosted a solemn
ceremony at Lighthouse
Pointe, and in Edgewater, the
men and women of the
armed forces who have
served with such devotion
See BRIEF, A3


adv sory


we gs in

on beach

stands
Concessionaires
left uncertain
about their
future
By Jeanne Willard
Willard@hometownnewsol.com

VOLUSIA COUNTY -
Judith Ketchersid is wor-
ried about her family busi-
ness -and she's not alone.
As owner of an MTV beach-
rental concession -stand
since 2001, she is one of


10-year contracts were

ciandcret a dco nyiiv
bidding process.
"We feel that established
functioning Concessions
should not be put out for
bid," Ms. Ketchersid told the
Beach Policy Advisory Board
at a public workshop last
week. "There are multiple
spaces that could be put out
to public bid that don't
involve current concessioh-
aires."
Citing established rela-
tionships with repeat cus-
tomers and investment in
upgraded equipment, Ms.
Ketcherisid asked county
officials to improve the con-
tract process rather than
instituting a bidding process.
See BEACH, A5


Touching, playing and
experimenting encouraged


Six Volusia County children get


new families at open ceremony


Officials: Many
more children
still need
homes

By Jeanne Willard
Willard@hometownnewsol.com

VOLUSIA COUNTY-
Brothers Eric anid Bran-
don Semmens can now lay
thir h dds own on twir

trying about being separated
from. each other or finding a
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Although 'llesday's meet-
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become commonly at many
meetings over the past year,
not everyone was satisfied.
Attorney Allen Watts, who
represents business owners
on Front Street, objected to all
of the options saying they do
riot resemble what the town
originally submitted to Flori-
da's Department of Commu-
nity Affairs.
The DCA is the state agency
that oversees land develop-
ment plans and must
approve the town's fmal plan.
I can't say that I favor any
of these options," Mr. Watts
sad. Wet o jelctom e wa
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property differently than
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"We will object in front of
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grounds, all of which are on
record."
The comp plan approval
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member Jim Hinson, who
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The second version allows
buildings of up to 10,000-
square-feet by special
exemption in a Planned
Waterfront District, while the
third version eliminated the
PWD designation altogether.
Town staff members said
they drafted the third option
because the PWD "has
become a flashpoint for pub-
lic debate and disagreement"
and hoped that eliminating
the designation would facili-
ael a pova of cobmp pant


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Participants take to the beach during last year's Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis. This year's event will take play on Nov.
22 at the Bandshell in Daytona Beach.


Walk to help arthritis sufferers and answers


Central Florida chapter of
the Arthritis Foundation.
Proceeds from the 5K run
and one-mile fitness walk
will support arthritis
research initiatives
statewide and nationally
and will send local children
with arthritis and similar
diseases to summer camp.
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gories will receive medals.
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pants and raised $7,000.
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make this year's even more
successful, said Sharon
Hunt, the foundation's com-
munity development spe-
cialist for Vo~lusia and Bre-
vard counties. Ms. Hunt's
teenage daughter has juve-
nile rheumatoid arthritis.
The Arthritis Foundation
needs support now more


than ever, Ms. Hunt said.
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or one in five adults, has
arthritis today and another
300,000 children are affect-
ed.
In Florida, those numbers
are even more staggering:
.one in three adults has
arthritis, Ms. Hunt said.
"For a while it was because
of our senior population, but
now 55 percent of people
with arthritis are under 65.
Statistically, (the percentage)
is going up," she said. "We
don't know what exactly is
creating this problem, and
that's why we need the
research dollars."
No one knows what causes
rheumatoid arthritis, though
some have suggested it may
be linked to bacterial or viral
infections, injury or genet-
ics.
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was diagnosed, her 18-
month-old granddaughter,
Grace Sophia Karris, was
diagnosed with juvenile


rheumatoid arthritis. "'By the
grace of God and -doctors,"
little Grace, now 3, is domng
well, Ms. Karris said.
"She's running and jump-
ing," she said. "With her
sheer will, she doesn't give
up."
It's a spirit the two share.
"I'm on medicine that I
will probably have to take
the rest of my life," Ms. Kar-
ris said. "I have really recov-
ered, although I have my
good days and bad days."
That's why she will cheer
on a family team that will
participate in the race, Ms.
Karris said. It's also why she's
encouraging others to get
out and walk or run for a
cure.
"(Arthiritis) doesn't go
away," Ms. Karris said. "We
need to find out what's trig-
gering it and find a pain-free
future for everybody."
For more information, visit
www.arthritis.org or call
Sharon Hunt at (321) 604-
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V OLU SIA COUNT Y-
Maria Karris was only 60
when she noticed her legs
beginning to swell. Gradual-
ly, they got bigger until the
pain was excruciating.
"It was very hard to walk,
and then it happened to my
left shoulder and I could not
move my arm," said the
Ormond Beach resident,
now 65. "I was afraid I was
going to become crippled."
The diagnosis: Rheuma-
toid arthritis, an autoim-
mune disease in which the
body attacks healthy joint
tissue causing inflammation
and fluid buildup around
the joints.
This weekend, though,
Ms. Karris, doing better with
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The Edgewater ceremony
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were remembered at Sea
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Worldv~ar II Veteran Harry
Daube thought of friends lost
in combat and said not a day
goes by that he doesn't think
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Neighbor helps put out
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Mrs. Semmens said she told
them, "but we've got enough
love for everybody and we'll
make it work."
The adoption proceedings,
finalized by circuit judges
Hubert Grimes, Margaret
Hudson and Raul Zambrano,
included keynote speaker
R nee Wren,t j0whoaspok
before her eighteenth birth-
day.
To make .the adoption
process easier, there are bene-
fits for families, Ms. Deal said.
In addition to a small
stipend and medical insur-
ance until they are 18, the
State of Florida pays for a state
college education, she said.
Mr. Semmens urged people
to get more information
about adoption.
"It's wonderful. It's life
changing," he said. "Not just
for the kids but for us."
The boys bring them joy
and happiness, Mrs. Sem-
mens added
But on this particular day,
Eric, who would not talk
aou ch aoptn lus on
parents' love.
Dressedinhis Sunday- best
suit, Eric Joshua Semmens'
eyes widened as Judge Hud-
son eannoofied his new
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placed with strangers."
Brandon, at eighteen
months, kn~ew only two word
when he arrived, Mrs. Sem
mens said.
One was "No" and the othe
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The couple, who had triec
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"It was wonderful," Mr.
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Incident: theft
Locatioil: CVS Pharma-
cy, Daytona Beach
Wanted person:
unknown man and
woman

Crime Stoppers of
Northeast Florida is
seeking information on
the identity of a couple
who have been stealing
electronics merchan-
dise from CVS Pharma-
cy stores in the area.
The couple also has
been seen working with
a female accom lice.
The suspects have
been spotted in CVS
stores in Daytona
Beach and DeLand.
tOhcesicn~s eo ee soe,
tronics items to steal,
then cut off the security
pegs, put the items mna
purse and leave the
store. They were seen
leaving the area in a
blue passenger car
similar to a H-yundai


Vehicle rentals, something
that wa met wN~ith strong
resistaint from concession-
aiir~es who said visitors wi\ant
and~ expect thaft experience
and2 noise problems couLdi xe
solved whi~th stricter rule

Afe lisi~tening to public
commen~tsf, board mnemnbers
suggested tha~ future cn-
trct include appearance
and equipment standards,
~tha thge number of beach
conmtIrats~ be relducd and
dst efforts be made to
redues nocise and pollution
from motorizedvehicles.
1'.isory; board mzembEers
w~ erno in favo~r of prohribit-
in~ beachd~ concessions from



mi~s Rso-flmanage~ theproes
ii Eltould merntinsonairialdk -

t;!ingt spec~~cak but did dis-
cuss rhings ~such as color-
coord~inating mo1bileU units by
P~s~fervc, shared8 revenueJ,
vendor uniformss and loca-
tion of concession stands*



ivsenl r unessionste un-l
payomn is ntairme'


"'If they are not making
mo~sney, the whole system
breaks down," said Jason
M~c~uirk, advisory board
member.
After listening to the dis-
cussion, Ms. Ketchersid told
board members she still
doesn't understand the pro-
posed process.
'TIm confused," she said.
"'Tm not sure how the bid-
ding process is going to play
out."
County staff members
attending the meeting said
they don't have details yet
but some type of competitive
bid procsss is necessary
because county purchasing
requirements; mandate it.
th ul~s wilr Proposhal is
dle the process, said Rick
Karl, Volusia County) Assis-
ta~nt: Alarlney,: however
details aret in the hands of the
county offiials.
t he county council wUil
be thze ultimnate -decision-
Itlakinlg body," Mr. Karl said.
The next; public mee~ting
willt be help ont Nov. 24 at 6
p~m. at the Volus~ia Cou1nty
nechrll Mriirl Division, 515
Southl Atlnntic Avte., Dayto~na

Therl public inprut questionz-
nazire cant be comp~letd on-
linent wwlw~volusia.org/ con-
cessions.


Elantra. The car had a
Florida plate.

Anyone with informa-
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who recognizes the
suspects inz the surveil-
lance photo is asked to
callll- me ~ St es7
rzes. Yobu can also text
tips by texcting "TIP231
and the message" to
CRIMES. Callers to
Crime Stoppers will
remain anonymous andi
can qualify for a reward
of upto $1, 000.


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Ediitrrk~ n~ote: This is a
list of arrests, not convic-
tions, and all arrestees
are pre7sumed innocent
unless or until proven
gulty in a court oflaw.

Port OI~range
Police Department

*Chrirsti Ann Walls,
31, of 210 Ocean Ave.,
No, 8, Port Orange, was
arrested Nov. 9 on
charges of failure to
register as a sex offend-
er. Bail was set at
$1,000.
*JitanManuel
Chave~zacevedo, 30, of
439 Leslie Drive, Port
Orange, was arrested
Nov. 9 on charges of
domestic battery,
fraudulent driver's
license and providing
false name. Bail was set
at $2,500.
*M/ichael J. Smith, 36,
of434$Woodstock Drive'
Port Orange, was
arrest-ed Nov. 13 on
charges of possession
of a schedule II con-
trolled substance. Bail
was set at $1,000.

Volusia County
Sheriffs Office

*Katherine Ilene
Lufcy, 22, of 1769 East-
ern Road, South Day-
tona, was arrested Nov.
7 on charges of dealing
in stolen property. Bail
was set at: $1,500.


Beach
From page Al




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echoed thosa en-t~im~~~ents ~
telling board- ina~tloros= 1_114
they are worried thilt r oun t)
alli MI- wil dmo\thi

visitors have~ comew t rleL I
by !II1:1insin smal busiLn&BB
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dare and interested parties in
the form of a quesspltinire

andi~ pulicir worl.0-hogy d
Pau~lnQ ties ainge~, ~Daytona


"finl;helpful and respon,
"M mincocrnistht
the cining concessions

sid~, "and en~tiey new eom.
panie would be engaged
and then fa~iAl~inr thsl. olr econ.

David#ood, with ths'eolu.
sai Cou-nty Concedssinaires


ness on the beacehes,


ing thdo 1 man- dliffe.-r,
that11 a be onza et~r tysuch
as the a~ssoidatin, In chkarge
of t0l~icning, crillcaiing fees

and~ dealing aJ with venor

has beenl partner fr a long
tlime," he sad.~ "We wa-nt to
be at the table andJ we believe
wehavethe wLlll~luions.l
Bu~t~,hesai~d,cotret~sned
to be 12 to 15yars in legh
in order t be financally
vriable and allw vendors~ to
previde the uity:ii) of srvice
kat o~ficials are seeking ,
8Som adviso~ry members
suggstedr phasing out ATV


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acccur~acy.


Resident upset over how
officer dealt with lost dog

I was on Main Street in D~aytona Beach and came across a9
poodle mix. It was confused and lost, and I caled thet n7um-1
ber on the tag. The place of work was closed until II( I th allow -
ing day, so we called the Dgaytona Beach Police Department.
The police officer who came said, "Thetre is nothl-ingl we can
do, but let: the poor little dog go."
I didn't want him to get hit andl killed, I hated to say after
25 years of being here in Daytona Beach, I have lost all of my
respect for the city.

Mlan with cancer thankful
for assistance program
I wan~It to rave abo~tut Halifax H-ealth Finrancial Assistance
Progra for people like me,
I am 58 years old and have been diagnosed with kidney
cancer. I have to have surgery. There is a possibility I could
have died if it hadn't been for this organization reaching out,
offering me assistance and helping me to deal with this.
I would like people out there to know that there are organ-
iza-tions out there that don't overlook poor people.
God bless an organizattion like this because without it I
would be dead. I would like to thank all the doctors and all
the taxpayers and people who help support these programs.
Mvy life swill be saved a little longer. They have my utmost
gratitude, as well as the taxpayers ofVolusia County. There is
some good that happens to people.

SCOoters vs. Segways

As a resident of New Smyrna Beach, I have a problem with
these Se~gw:ays that are allowed to go on the sidewalks and
streets. They are unlicensed drivers. I drive a scooter around,
and the Segways can actually go faster than the scooter, yet
they require no license or title.
Scooter owners require license, tags and insurance.
I do not understand how they can be operating as such.
I would like to see something done about it, and I would
like an answer as to how they can drive those motorized
vehicles without tags or having a title.

In response to rants about airport
and impending lawsuit

I don't understand: When these people drove by the air-
port looking for a home, what part of noise did they not
understand?
These northerners come dowYn here and want to change
the rules and regulations of our own~ city. We don't do it like
they do up north. I'm sorry-; we just don't. That's why we're
here; wpce don't wrant to be like them. If they want to come
down here and be like us, they need to put up with what's in
r.he are .
Whn the\ moved here, they knew there was an airport.
Sorry~ifit got noisy through the years, but it's called progress.

Stop and think about it
If the city or Department of Transportation would elimi-
nate an akeddowvn all the unne esar stop signs, we co ed

day we/mnhye
sp d Anee aow fte r g s car fom ed sto op upt to
signs, we could decrease the amount of gas we import-
On our wvay to home and work, there are dozens of stoip
signs that mean nothing. Removing them would help our
nation in all areas. If all our cities and towns would get: rid of
the stop signs that are useless, we, as a nation, would save
millions of gallons of gas per day
Conservation starts at home, thus our savings would be
countless. Think about it-

Noise pollution by bikers not tolerated

Could someone please explain to me why we allow bikers





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to come into our communities with bikes that have no muf-
flers and allow them to make, horrendosus noise?
If, however, I drove my automobile into local communi-
ties without a muffler, I would likely get a ticket from the
police. It is ironic that we permanent taxpaying citizens are
not accorded the same privilege as law-breaking bikers.
Most: Bike Week bikers are from out of town, so they could
care less about the comfort of our community. It has been
reported that some bikers come from communities that
require bike mufflers in order to reduce the engine noise
and that some of those bikers remove their mufflers when
they come into our communities so they canl make loud
noise with impunity.
I resent the unfairness of this policy and resent the fact
that our law enforcement officers do not enforce our noise
abatement laws.
Sadly, I believe that there is some fear of requiring muf-
flers on bikes because the bikers might take offense and go
someplace else. Local merchants would predictably scream
about the money they would lose. So, in order to help our
merchants make a lot of money, we the lowly taxpaying citi-
zens must tolerate the loud, obnoxious, irritating and
unnecessary noise pollution here in our area while other
communities do not tolerate such abuse.
I challenge our city commissions to take a courageous
and hard stand on this matter and give first. priority to local
permanent citizens who pay the salaries of the mayor, city
commissioners and law enforcement personnel-
I also urge the public to make their feelings know to their
community leaders. We have noise abatement laws for a
reason. Enforce them, or cancel the law.

Citizen wants issue to stick

I would like to thank the citizens of Daytona Beach Shores
for letting your voices be heard and voting to keep the term
limits in place for our city council. -.
I now ask that our elected leaders hear our message. This
is the third time we have voted on this issue and given the
same answer. We are not politicians; we do not change our
response depending on who is asking the question.
I now ask our elected officials to please respect our deci-
sion, and do not bring this up again.

VOter thankful election is over

I, for one, am very thankful this election year is over. I
have never seen a more despicable and disrespectful elec-

tion caias firs wher ebs apd %st a their a Democrat nor

paRt I esa as bei ermit. hmv dalew s mardoeait ac gn
be respectful to one another's opinions, as that is what
Am rica is all about diversity. I even teach that respect to

I certainly don't cram my opinions down another's throat
trying to make a point, but I sure came across a lot ofpol people
who felt they had the right to make their point in a very neg-
ative manner. When you smash and bash the president -
McCain, Obama, etc. no matter what our political beliefs
are, you are teaching disrespect to our younger generation
and disrespecting other's rights to their opinions.
We are also a blame society, not taking responsibility for
our own actions and choices we make with our finances and
overspending. We blame the president for all the economi-
cal woes we face, but where was our Republican president
and predominately Democratic Congress, who is supposed
to be the overseers of our economy?
Sh ave always believed that we have to hit rock bottom to
get control of what is out of control, whether it be our own
personal lives, our business lives or our country's life. We
teach that boundaries are necessary to protect our children.
Well, it is obvious that many adults also need boundaries.
So let's get a grip, start acting like the responsible people
we were created to be, stop the smashing and bashing and
be more respectful to life and others.

Reader thinks today's fashion is off

What's with the scruffy new dress fashion these days?
I don't know if it's retro, but it's worth watching the Rat
PRCk On TV; you got to admit those guys had class.
Even at Sunday Mass, a lot of the parishioners look like
they are going to or just returning from the beach.

Neighbor shines an annoying light
There should be a law against a neighbor having a spot-
light directly pointed at your home and having two video
surveillance cameras pointing at your home at your win-
dows and door. The cameras are on at all times, and my
neighbor is taping at all times. I consider it stalking and a
violation of my privacy.
I also have a child, and my neighbor has stated that he


will not change his spotlight or the cameras that are
directly pointed at my residence.
I called the police and they had him adjust the spot-
light, but he readjusted the light after they left.
I have asked him to take the spotlight off my house, and
he told me he will do what he wants, and he won't change
anything and to get off his property,
This is an invasion of my and my child's privacy. If any-
one can please help me solve this problem, please
respond to this article.

Old campaign signs should be taken down

How about those boneheads wsho used a ladder to nail
campaign signs halfway up the utility poles. Get out there
and finish the job.

AIG does not deserve a bailout

I read in the papers that the government is allotting
$400 billion to AIG for bailout procedures to steer them
away from bankruptcy. Then we see that AIG- asked for
another $40 billion! What was that allotment for?" To
finance the AIG executives.0n their junkets around thfe
world and to pay for their fancy hotels, spas and exotic
meals and wines?
I think the positive thing to do is to strip all these high-
'~paid executive personnel of all their belongings -homes,
cars, limos, yacht, bank accounts at home and abroad and
holdings that are of monetary value and use them to
pay offAIG and its horrendous debt.
Better yet, the government could use the $440 billion to
pay members of AIG who lost money in the dealings with
AIG, and let AIG go to the bankruptcy court. This way, the
money is in the hands of the investors who have lost and
will put energy into the hands of t~he people who need it
the most.
And it would be a good shot in the arm for the ongoing
economy.
Money in the hands of AIG would be squandered again
and again!

Club offers woman a positive outlet:

Most comments that people send in are negative. How-
ever, I have something positive for everyone.
If you would like to visit and join any type of club,
please try out the Daytona Beach Shores Eagles. I went
thr ea fw times ad a greettd cypoppl eat t door


Ingl sonon be initiate anmec net wait as I now have a
friendly plac to go meet frends, dance, eat and make
myself usefl
So whether you are a man or woman, go there and
check them out. Just ring the buzzer, go in and anyone
can hep you.
Hope to see you there.

10 reSponse to reader upset about~ cyclists on
High bridge and Walter Boardman
I respectfully suggest that the ranter read FL .Statute
316.2065, specifically paragraph 5. This Florida law says
that when a lane is less than 14 feet wide, a cyclist may use
the entire lane. Most of the roadwa s in Volusia Countyr
are substantially narrower than 14 feet.
Also, too many drivers are not aware that the law also
requires three feet of clearance when passing a cyclist.
Using the entire lane ensures the cyclists' safety when
being passed by a motor vehicle weighing many times
more than the cyclist.
Because the cyclist is permitted to use the entire lane,
having them ride two abreast allows for a shorter group of
riders, making passing by properly-skilled drivers easier.
The reader might have been delayed 30 or 60 seconds in
his travels and might have had to execute somewhat more
attention to his d ri vi ng tha n usual. Being an attentive and
safe driver is supposed to be the~norm, not an exception
brought upon by other roadway users.
The reader wants law enforcement to hand out tickets,
but is he willing to accept a similar ticket for unsafe pass-
ing?
As a transportation cyclist, I experience the full gamut
of behavior by people on bicycles. On the other hand, I
see similar numbers of motorists running red lights, zip-
ping through right turns on red without stopping and tail-
gating, especially with a cell phone to the ear.
Our area needs more effective education for both motor
vehicle drivers and cyclists, in order to make riding more
enjoyable and safer for everyone.


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Over the last two months, th~e Council on Aging has-asked
the community to help organize a Thanksgiving food drive
for needy elderly. Girl Scout Troop No. 1085 of Port
Orange helped bag all of the donated food items. In one
hour, all the food was packaged and stored for the case
managers to deliver to elderly in need.


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clllan!lngral t:odsl~ and ask
your doctor how you can
aachive Illonl,.
For~ more formanonrrrrirr
aboutl thle Flor~ida Diabetes
!'rrrir, v its e Weobn se
a t
wi v.Jroin unlxe Elrda
Allance fbir Diabetes Pre-
rentr~lion and Care, visit
littp://doh. state@.fl.us/fam-
flly/P CWAlliance.html.di-
betes, call the American
Diabetes Association at
(800) DIABETES (342-
2382).

Live United Food
Drive to help local
food banks

The United Way ofVolu-
s a-Flagler Counties pro-
ba s kanddn e ered/y a
services including Secosnd
Hanrest Food Bank, Halifax
Urban Ministries and the
Social Services Council of
t~he Jewish Federation. The
United Way is holding a
Live United Comnmunity
Foodi Drive.
Foodsc for local food banks
will be collected through
Dec. 19. Each week, the
food will be distributed to a
different food bank in Volu-
sla or lagjler Count> l
Food may be, dropped off
atThe United WayF of Valu-
sia-Ftlagler Counties office
at 3747 W. International
Speedway Blvd~., Datona t)1S
Beach.
For more in~foarmion,
visit thze Wbsite
www. LiveUnitedinVolusi-
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DriVIng ClaSS 10?
SenoR10rscheduled

An AARP driver safety
class for seniors will be


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held from 8:30 a.m. to
12:30 p.m., Dec. 2 and Dec.
4l, at Piggotte Community
Center, 504 Big Tree Road,
South Daytona.
Reservations with
iinstructors are required;
calllay Fowler at (386) 383-
2756
Additional classes wl be
held from 8 a~m. to noon,
Dec. 1-2, at Bert: Fish Med,
ical Center, 415 S. Palmetto
St., New Smyrna Beach
and from noon to 4 p.m1.'
Dec 16 ad De 18, a~t th
Brx non Cen er, 105 Se
8versid Drive, New
Smyrna Beach.

in c~ts na mquzjted
call Bill Her~lehyJ at (386)
428- 7906.
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The i-loridal Departmd-nt !
of Health recognizes
November as American
Diabetes 1Month andc urges
Floridians and their loved
ones who have diabetes to
take small steps to increase
their quality of lfe and pre-
vent or delay complica-
tions. More than 1.5 mtil-
lion Floridlins have
diabetes and about 3.5 mil-
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DOH recommerids the
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"He would be really happy
with the choice (to donate the
run's money there)," she said.
"He was really interested in
the camp."
For Ormond Beach resi-
dent Sara Brodeur, who was
diagnosed with leukemia at
age 6, Camp Boggy Creek is
"magical."
"It was my favorite place in
the world," she said. "It was a
place where you could be
normal."
Ms. Brodeur, 19, has had a
clean bill of health for 13
years, but is still involved with
Camtp Boggy Creek as a coun-
selor.
Ms. Brodeur said while at
the camp children are care-
tree and embrace their illness.
"(The other campers)
know what youkr going
through," she said. "It creates
Sa really cool bond."
The Run to the Sun started
in 2006 and has raised a total
of $16,000 for the St. Jude')s
Children Hospital and the:
Association for Retarded Citi-
zens.
The run will begin and end~
at Riverside Park, taking run~-
ners over both the North and
South causeways.
The run is ways of keeping
her dad's memory alive, Ms.
Palmieri said.
"I would lover~ to hav~e him
around to be a mentor for mny
kids," she said. "This is a way
of recalling whait he stood for
and what he thought was
- important."
M/r. Ridgdilltaught at Main-
land High School in Daytona
Beach andc at Spruce Creek
High School in Port Orange,
teaching social studies and
econonucs.
oAtdSphrue Crek bhe sdpon
God First Always club.
Mr. Ridgdill was also active
on the local music scene writh

Ms. an ieH sa se and

msth mfte oe atora
expenses of the run so every-
th~ing raised can go to CampI
Boggy Creek.
They are hoping to bring i~n
close to 300 participants this
year, more than last year's 250.
"We are encouraging fami-
ly to come out," she said. "It's
Sa walk or run so anybody can
do it."
Preregistration for the run is
$20 and $25 the day of the
race. The registration fee
includes a T-shirt, rnedal,
breakfast and lnch. To regis-
www.runtothesun4jeff'com or
contact Ms. Palmien' at 904-
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covering how gear ratios
work is a lot more interesting
while building a race car that
track.
The first hands-on science
center in Volusia County is
also visually exciting, he said,
using colors, lines and angles
that draw the eye.
"I look at these as sculp-
tures," Mr. B3linn said. "They
are artistic and scientific all
at the same time."
A harp's strings have been
replaced with invisible laser
beams, allowing music to be
played as kids strum the air.
Entering a radiology dark
room, children see bones
glowing in the dark while
nearby they can place an
ultrasound probe ona
dummy's torso, revealing the
magic of the human body.
"It's all hands-on, "Mr.
Blinn said. "We wanted to
promote active learning "
Visitors enter the science
center under the oversized
word "Experiment" sculpted
in colorful letters.
That's what the children's
museum is all about, he said.
"It encourages experi-
menting," Mr. Blinn said. "If
it doesn't work they have to
try it again."
Located at 352 S. Nova
Road, Daytona Beach, the
museum is open 9 a.m~. to 5
p~m. Monday through Satur-
day, and 11 a.m. to 5 p.mz. onz


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Week of 11-21-2008

Aries March 21-April 19
Life continues to move for-(
ward. You have solid plans
and you consistently put
them in motion. Few people
or worldly restrictions will
ever keep you from giving
birth and form to your ideas.
Your heart continues to help
you make responsible deai-
sions for the higher good of
all. Your faith and spirit are
the best reasons.

Taurus April 20-May 20
You have successfully weath-
ered th'e recent storms in life.
Your ideas are sound, youlr
.direction is positive aind your
focus is night. Keep releasing
old habits, attitudes or things
outdated -and unneeded.
You have respect. Others
admire you. You are very
valuable to family and asso-
ciates. Life is in divine order.

Gemini May 21-lune 21
Keeping a lighter touch cort-
tinues to pay off. Your recent
financial challenges have
helped you redefine your
financial goals. This is bring-
ing light to priorities. Put first
things first and take action
each day on your main goals.
The stronger the balance, the~
easier the results. Just be
sure to ask for help when
you feel overloaded.

Cancer June 22-July 22
Your strong sense of direc-
tion has returned. You have~
survived recent unplanned
changes. Worrying about
things that might have been
is wasted energy. Ask for
guidance from trusted asso-
ciates. There is still a lot left
to do during the holidays.
You have' a superior mind
and an awesome heart. Use
them in harmony and the
universe will bless you great-


Leo July 23-Aug. 22
Your strong sense of raispon-
sibility continues to pay off.
When you feel that strong
sense of inner rightness, it's
your instincts telling you that
all is well. Never give up on
your plans. -When you
believe, others pick up on
the right feelings and want
to help you in your pursuits.
'There is no stopping you
now.

Virgo -Aug. 23-Sepit. 22
Your ideas about how to
handle the upcoming sea-

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FRIDAY, NOV. 21

*Festival of Lights: Spon-
sored by the Guild of the
Museum of Arts & Sciences,
this event will be held through
Nov. 30 at 352 S. Nova Road,
Daytona Beach. This holiday
tradition will feature decorate
trees, wreaths and holidaybset-
tings sponsoreodab aeao busi-
and individuaI su porters of
MOAS. This year's festival will
feature more than 30 desi ner
trees and wreaths that win be
available for purchase through
silent auction. Visitors also 11 l
be able to explore the Chares
and Linda Williahm's Childr n'

21. Frmmo e infor aton, call
(386) 255-0285.
*The second annual Glenn
Wilkes Classic: The
2008/2009 NCA\A men's bas-
ketball season will start Nov.
21-23 at the Ocean Center.
One-day tickets cost $10 for
adults and $5 for children 12

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dren 12 and younger accom-
panied by an adult. Applicable
service charges will be applied.
Tickets may be purchased at
the Ocean Center box office
from 10 a~m-5 p~m, Monday-
Friday, all Ticketmaster outlets,
ewwTicketmaster.com or bd
phone at (407) 839-3900. Fo
more information, visit the
Web site at www.glen-
nwilkesclassic~com.
*Wham Bam Poetry Slam:
The fifth annual slam hosted by
Atlantic Center for the Arts will
be held frorn 7-10 p.m. at Joan
James Harris Theater, 1414 Art
Center Ave., New Smyrna
Beach. Poets may register by

ngh of e evn at :3u0p e
There is a limit of 15 parici
pants, with three chal enges,
three judges and an audience.
Cash awards are as follows:
$75 for first place, $50 for sec-
and place and $25 for third
place. All participants receive a
one-year membership to ACA
Poets may read at the open
mic session after final awards
are presented. This event is
free to the public. For more
information, call (386) 423-
1753 or visit the Web site at
www.atlanticcenterforthearts.o


SATURDAY, NOV. 22

*Holiday Chanity Ball: This
fu ct on,hoden tobthe public,
Cntere 105 S.aRiverside Draion
New Smyrna Beach. Dinner'
dancing and a silent auction
will be featured. Tickets cost
$50 and are available at the
Brannon Center; proceeds will
benefit Habitat for Humanity,

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logo are seen. Programs
are pun hd atlleaceh ofothe
chance to win this month's
free prize: rock geode
bookends, valued at $99,
from Beachsyde Jewelers,
415 Flagler Ave.
Song, Jinsheng, a water.
colorist originally from
China, will be one of the
visiting artists. ~His work
has been exhibited in Bei-
jing, China, Australia,
Canada, New York City,
Hong Kong and Florida.
One of his paintings, "Fine
Snowing Day," was select-
ed as a UNICEF card, and
he has won "Best of Show"
at several Flonida art
shows.
DJ Dennis will play
tunes at the gazebo at Fla-
gler and Pine, and some
resident and visiting artists
will demonstrate the cre
ative process during the

FI r GAv ery GroupM o
professional artists in any
medium to display their
art from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
the fourth Saturday of
each month. Upcoming
themes are: December,
"Christmas Celebration";
January, "Black and
White"; February, "Fabrics
and Textiles"; March,
"Culinary Arts"; April,


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Holiday sho pers look-
ing for that pe fct gift for
family, friends or co-work-
ers should be sure to visit
Art Walk on historic Flagler
Avenue in New Smyrna
Beach from 10 a.m. to 5
p.m., Saturday, Nov. 22.
Flagler Avenue, te
charming and quaint five
blocks between the Indian
River and the ocean, will
fendreun quefoTM one-
and to fit every budget. Art
galleries re resent more
than 120 artsts, and there
will be dozens of visiting
artists who will be set up
under canopies and tents
along the avenue.
The monthly event
showcases painting, jewel-
ry, ceramics, decorative
art, glass blowing, sculp-
ture, fabric arts and pot-

Gero of~ Fnagle AnA ,
there also will be free chil-
dren's activities, entertain-
merit, a special prize draw-
ing and a visit from Santa.
Also, .some galleries will
host free wine and cheese
receptions from 3 to 5 p.m.
Participants may pick up
an Art Walk program wher-
ever the blue and black
flags with the white "gg"


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Photo courtesy of the Merchants of Flagler Avenue
Song, Jinsheng, a watercolorist from China, will be a
visiting artist at Art Walk Saturday, Nov. 22. His works,
like the portrait above, will be on display.


"Recycled";, and 'May,
"Paint Out."
Each month, the Gallery
Group~ judges the work of
visiting artists n the tr et
gallery owners serve as
judges. A first-place prize
of$100, second-place prize
of $75 and third-place
prize of $50, along with
corresponding ribbons, are
awarded at the end of the
day.
For more information or
to request an artist's appli-
cation, call (386) 428-1770


or visit the Web site
www. flaglergallerygroup. c
om.
Also, the New Smyrna
Beach Wtater Taisosl 1
Avenue every two hours
starting at 12:30 p.m. The
taxt also makes stops at
Riverside Park and the
Marine Discovery Center in
New Smyrna Beach, as well
as two locations in Ponce
Inlet.
For details, call (386) 428-
4828 or visit the Web site at
wwwansbtaxi.com.


*Bank & Blues Club:
Daytona Blues~ Society
"True Blues" Live Jam
open jam session is held
from 8 p.m.-1 a.m. each
Wednesday at 'i01 Main
St., Daytona Beach. This
nonprofit group is dedi-
cated to preserving and
spreading the love of blues
music. For more informa-
tion arid a ~full events
schedule, visit the Web site
at www.DaytonaBluesSo-
ciety.org.
*The Garlic: Jazz and
blues musicians perform
seven days a week. Thom
Chambers hits the stage
from 6-10 p.m., Monday
and Tu~esday. Special
guests premiere each
Wednesday. Mark Hodg-
son performs at 6 p.m.
each Thursday and Friday
and at 7 p.m. Saturday and
Sunday. The Garlic is locat-
ed at 556 E. Third Ave.,
New Smyrna Beach. F~or
more information,~ call
(386) 424-6660.


*HotSpot Coffee
Shoppe: This shop is plan-
ning to formally close on
Saturday, Nov. 29, with a
music party starting at 7
p.m. Fly By Night and
Friends will perform. No
cover. Gail Delagi and Tina
Gordon of Gail Force wHi
perform at 7 p.m., Satur-
day Nov. 22. $3 cover.
Operating hours are as fol-
lows: From 5:30-9 p.m.,
Monday through Wednes-
day; from 5:30-11 p.m.'
Thursday and Friday; and
from 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Sat-
urday. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 236-0518 or
visit the Web site at
w w w. hotspotcof -
feeshoppe.com.
*Inlet Harbor: Reuben
Morgan will hit the stage
from 1-5 p.m., followed by
Then2Now at 6 p.m., Fni-
day. C~aribbean Posse per-
forms from 1-5 p.m., Sat-
urday.
*Ohana Luau Dinner
Show: This dinner show


spectacular and family-
style feast, with a 6:30 p.m.
seating, dinner served at
7:15 p.m. and show time at
7:30 p.m., is held Thursday, '
Friday and Saturday, at the
Hawaiin Inn, 2301 S.
Atlantic Ave., Daytona
Beach Shores. Participants
will learn traditional
dances with Polynesian
women, warriors and
keikis (children). A flaming
fire knife dance and hula
with audience participa-
tion will be featured. For
more information, call
(386) 255-5411, Ext. 186, or
visit www.ohanaluau.com-
*Seabreeze Coffee Con-
nection: A hand drum cir-
cle is held at 8 p.m. each
Wednesday at 315
Seabreeze Blvd., Daytona
Beach. For more informa-
tion, visit the Web site at
www. drumcircle. meetup. c
om/327.
*Venetian Bay Town and
Country Club: Party in the
Park is held from 1-5 p.m.
the third Saturday of each


month at 424 Luna Bella
Lane, New Smyrna Beach.
Lawn chairs are suggested;
no coolers. Admission is
free. Also, a farmers' mar-
ket is held from 8 a.m.-1
p.m. each Saturday at the
town center. For more
information, call (386)
428-8448.
*Wine -Warehouse NTew
Smyrna Beach: Free wine
tasting are held from 4-7
p.m. each Friday at 636
Third Avenue, New Smyr-
na' Beach. Six whines are
tasted. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 426-6133.
*WineStyles events: At
the Shoppes of Yorketown
1665 Dunlawton Ave '
Suite 105, Port Orange, a
weekly tasting is held from
5:30-8 p.m. each Thursday,
open to the public. The
cost is $5 and complimen-
tary to wine club .mem-
bers. For more in forma-
tion, call (386) 788-7188 or
visit the Web site at
w w w P o rtOr-
angeWinestyles.com.


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*Gigantic Yarrd 9Sle: Spon
scored by the HaliFax Rowi~ing
Association, this sale will be
held fromP 8 a~wm.-2 p~m. on City
Island Parkway,Daytona~B~eah,
More~ than 100 members have
dosnated art~icles to be sold with
proceeds to benefit (3boathouse
improvements, Items included


furniture, baby items, toys,
house wares, tools, sports
equipment, jewelry and gift
items, For more information,
cal (386) 290-9700.
*Chrisrtmas Bazaar and
Blake Sale: Hilly Hill FOE No.
40393 will hold t is annual sale
from 11 a.m.-4 p~pm. at 1240 N.
Nova Road.
*Christmras Bazaar: Grace
Episcopal Church will host this
annual event from 9 a.m.-3


decorations, crafts, jewelry,
almo~scst-"a'new u items, bdbaked
sae sMonnedy rase will sp ort
community outreach and min-
istries of Grace Church. For
mdore in formation, call (386)
.'ko lay utst oto Cradt nd
Community Center will host
this event from 9 a.m.-5:30
p.m., Saturday, and from 9
in..- ~ m., Suday, a 201
Beah .it n srs wi seller hnd-
quilts, artwork, ang ls; flora
arrangements and Christmas
di~supesr. Ch ldrenigsi i an
ydNge~~ichola ~:an receivevii wta free~t
Polaroid from 10 a.m. to noon,
Saturday. Lunch items also will
be available.
*Skate for a Cure: This bene-
fit for the Leukemia & Lym-
phoma Society will be held
from 4-6 p.m. at Skate and
Shake, 250 North U.S. 1,
Ormond Beach. The cost is $5,
which includes skate rental. Fo
more information, call (386)
672-8500.
SUNDAY, NOV. 23

Orchestra: ThisJc s orchestra will
appear with Russian violinist
Bracha Malkin, prizewinner of
the Wieniawski International
Violin Competition and the
2004 Paganini Intemational
Violin Competition, at 3 p.m. at
Peabody Auditorium. Ms.
Bracha will play Mendelssohn's
Concerto in E minor for Violin
and Orchestra, Op. 64 and
Sibelius Symphony No. 5 in E
flat major, Op. 82. To purchase
tickets, call (386) 253-2901,
visit Peabody Auditorium Box
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at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. at Daytona
State College as a benefit for
the Make-A-Wish Foundation,
which will receive 50 percent of
the proceeds. The one-act
musical is being produced as a
pilot for Disney and Music The-
atre International. The show
will be followed by the pre-
miere of another original one-
act musical entitled "Operators
Are Standing By," spoofing live
telethons, written by local resi-
dents David Bell andf Benjamin
Fischer. Tickets cost $10 each
and are available by calling
Center Stage Theatricals at
1386) '235-2723 or visiting
wwywSummer-Stars.com.

MONDAY, NOV. 24

*Feed My Sheep Thanksgiv-
ing Meal: This 10th annual
Thanksgiving dinner for needy
families in the community will
be held at. St. Paul's Episcopal
Church, 1650 Live Oak St., New
Smyrna Beach, in partnership
with St. Peter the Fisherman
Episcoal Church. The full-course
dinner will begin at 5 p.m. In


addition to the meal, packa es
of hygiene products and stu fed
animals will be available for
diners to take home. For more
information, call (386) 428-
7383 or (386) 428-8733.

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 26

*Community Worship Ser-
vice: Grace Episcopal Church,
4110 Rid ewood Ave., Port
Orange, wi I present this service
at 7 p.m. Area clergy will partici-
pate. The Rev. Tom Nelson will
preach. Special music will be
Included in the service. The
handbell choir from All Saint
Lutheran Church will perform.
Food offerings will be collected
for Halifax Urban Ministries. For
more information, call (386)
767-3583.
*Blood Drive: Florida's Blood


Centers will hold a blood drive
for all blood types from 10 a.m.-
4 p.m. at Sunshine Park Mall,
2400 S. Ridgewood Ave., South
Daytona. Each donation will
benefit people needing routine
surgeries, trauma patients and
cancer patients. Every donor
will receive amini-physical,
screening, $10 Publix gift card,
50 percent off a haircut at Hair
Haven Salon and 50 percent off
admission to Universal Orlan-
do. For more information, call
(888) 9DONATE or visit the
Web site www~fonidasblood-
centers.org.

THURSDAY, NOV. 27

*Annual Community Tradi-
tional Thanksgiving Dinner:
This eighth annual dinner will
be held at First United


Methodist Church Hollister Hall,
209 Palmetto St., New Smyrna
Beach. The traditional turkey
dinner, open to all residents of
Southeast Volusia County, will
be served from 11:30 a.m,-3
p m. There is no charge for the
dinner, but donations will be


accepted to help the sponsor-
mng churches in their cost to
provide this community service.
The dinner is sponsored byi 14
churches in the Southeast Volu-
sia area. .For more information
or to make a dinner reserva-
tion, call (386) 428-4371..


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"Our Children First"/ A Child's
Dream. Sign up will be from
8:45-11 a.m. at the 200 Club-
house on U.S. 92 (3.5 miles
west of Interstate 95). A $10
registration fee will include cof-
fee and doughnuts donated by
Krispy Kreme and a barbecue
lunch at the last stop Trader
Jack's Roadside in DeLand. Last
bike in by 1 p.m. Additional toy
donations are welcome. The
auction will start at 2 p.m.
Music will be provided by the
Rhythm Sharks Band. For more
information, call (386) 717-
1888 or (386) 238-4067 or
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through life's storms. Your
natural sensitivity always
warns you of challenging sit-
uations before they get out of
hand and attempt to take
over. You are divinely gifted
and guided.

Sagittarius Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Your words are respected by
others in ways you may not
even know. Others quote you
because of your good advice.
One of your greatest rewards
is encouraging and helping
others find their direction in
the world. Your positive atti-
tude is contagious. Also your
individuality is inspirational to
those wanting to learn and
grow. Keep it up forever,

Capricorn Dec. 22-Jan. 19
Venus is in Capricorn this
week. This gives you an edge
in heartfelt decisions. Your
gu~an:rdian angel protects you
frmharm. You are well
known for making wise deci-
sions rather than hasty ones,
Be patient with those around


you whose choose to take a
different view. Listen. You
never know what you might
learn.

Aquarius Jan. 20-Feb. 18
There is strong energy around
you for the next two weeks.
The year should end with a
bang for you. Try to find! a lit-
tle time for fun things even
with your extra responsibili-
ties. Enjoy the ride. Take it a
day at a time. Seize every
moment like there is no
tomorrow. Your strongest
wishes will prevail because
you have others' best inter-
ests in heart as well as your
own.

Pisces F~eb. 19-March 20
You are on your way to a bet~-
ter life. You have a great heart
and fresh ideas. Continue to
stand up for your beliefs. The
timing is right to move your
best: ideas forward. Listen to
your first impressions. Man-
age a few timely projects. Fin-
ish them and then move on


to the next group. Sometimes
less is more. No reason to be
overwhelmed now.

Star visions

James Tucker can help bring
stability to your life in these
uncertain days with a per-
sonalized astrology or com-
patibility chart. A private
reading, an exciting home or
office party, an inspirational
group talk or a dynamic busi-
ness motivational seminar
are just a few of the services
he provides to help you move
forward.
Visit his Web site, personal-
spiritguide.com, to view his
columns or sign up for his
free weekly inspirational
message. Call (772) 334-
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details or to schedule a read-
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Have a starry week, every-
one.

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enjoy. You are doing a great
job.
Libra Sept. 23-Oct 22
You continue to experience
positive results in life. Your
focus is getting stronger every
day. You can't do everything
at once, but you can remove
nonessential things from your
life. If your- heart isn't in it,
don't do it. Just be sure to


rnake quality time for your-
self. Patience is a virtue in
itself. Let it unfold and all will
continue to be well.

Scorpio Oct. 23-Nov. 21
Your mastery of small details
is preparing you for larger
responsibilities. You continue
to excel at life's challenges.
Your warm, loving nature
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Heart Gallery Web
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adoptable foster
children

The Heart Galleryr of
Volusia, Flagler &( Putnam,
Inc. presents the Heart
Gah2er of FI rida p oto
may be viewed at
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The local Heart Gallery
will be complemented by
the Web site, www.heart-
galleryhope.org, which
will highlight the portraits
and biographies of foster
children. Community
Partnership for Children
will respond to each
request and facilitate the
adoption process.
The Heart Gallery of
Florida is an association
of the 15 Heart Galleries
within the state. The
exhibit is part of Gov.
Charlie Crist's statewide
adoption initiative,
"Explore Adoption."
More than 2,750 foster
children are eligible for
adoption in Florida and
more than 50 in Volusia-
Flagler-Putnam. On aver-
age, 41~ percent of those
waiting for adoption in
Florida remain on waiting
lists for two years, 22 per-
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Sup to three years and 37
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wonder (as I do) just what
effect Matanzas Inlet has on
the High Bridge area, I can
sayP that water began to get
ge muuh halier tan
sign that the fresh seawater
came down from Matanzas.
Fishing should now begin
to pick up from Tomoka
Basin down to Dunlawton.
Watch for the bait to begin
returning, and try to stay
with it. The fish will be
hungry and keeping close to
the bait schools.
I ran into Karen Barrett
who is a dedicated surf-
fisher in Ormond By The
Sea. Out early, she had a
couple nice whiting, a blue
fish and a big pompano and
all hit dead shrimp.
If you have not eaten
pompano, you still have
something to live for. It may
be ordered in one of those
fancy restaurants where
they drizzle something
colorful all around the plate
to try to get your mind off
the small portion, but if you
have a little patience, they
may be caught in our surf.
Use sand fleas, clams or
shrimp, and fish in close.
As I related up top, I had a
pretty good day at High
Bridge, so two days later I
went back different day,
different tide, different
results. No trout in the
mouths of creeks and no


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Tnhoe Ewil.'"is to be
expected since they are out
of season. The bite should
be strong until the New Year
when they become legal to
keep
While no one might
mistake trout for tarpon as
line stretchers, you can't
find a better companion for
cole slaw and hush puppies.
I dragged my skiff up to
High Bridge recently and
had a pretty good morning.
I used my usual chartreuse
jig to land six trout and two
snook fishing the mouths of
three streams. With a hard
charging outgoing tide, I
had little more to do than
toss the jig as far as I could
and let the current push it
back to me. Using that
method you won't feel the
strike, but once you take up
the slack, the fish is already
on.
Four of the trout would
have been keepers and one
of the snook depending on
howl you squeezed the tail
and depending what the .
length limit is this week. As I
struggled to measure the
snook, I had to wEonder if the
fellow in Tallahassee who
came up with that idea had
ever actually tried to
squeeze a big snook's tail
while trying to keep it alive.
If you have not tried it, I
would suggest starting with
the family goldfish and
working up.
I am pleased to report that
the turbid waters of the
Halifax are starting to clear.
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VFWr to host golf
tOUFrament

Veterans of Foreign Wars

Gol Trn ret Stur ay
Nov. 22 at Crane Lakes Golf
Course, with an 8 a.m. shot-
gun start.
The cost is $40 per per-
son and $18 for Crane Lake
Club members.
Lunch, beer, prizes,
awards and 50/50 raffle will
8e eld afterward at Post


Florida Elite to hold
volleyball tryouts

Florida Elite volleyball
tryouts will be held Sunday,
Nov. 22, at Atlantic High
School.
Tryouts for 15-year-olds
will be held from 3 to 4:30
p.m., from 4:30 to 6 p.m. for
10- to 14-year-olds, from 6
to 7:30 p.m. for 16-year-
olds and from 7:30 to 9 p.m.
for 17- and 18-year-olds.
For more information on
age definitions, tryout
forms and about Florida
Elite Volleyball, visit
www. floridaelitevolleyb all-
club.com.
For more information,
call (386) 846-7671.

Vince Carter launch-
es new Web site

National Basketball Asso-
ciation player Vince Carter
launched his new Web site,
www.vincecarterl5.com,
on Nov. 13. The new site
will include a blog, videos
and pictures, including
video and photos from high
school and college and
down-loadable extras such
as desktop wallpaper and
Vince Carter buddy icons.
Vincecarterl5.com also
will allow fans to download
free phone wallpapers.
Vince's Embassy of H-ope
Foundation will be featured
on the site. The Embassy of
Hope is a nonprofit founda-
tion established by Mr.
Carter, a Daytona Beach
native, in 1998 to help
address the needs of chil-
dren and their parents.
Vince Carter Youth Bas-
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225DX( '83. New Tires.
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$200. 386-690-1804 Vol.
AIC WINDOW Units-
5000 btu $50, 10,000 btu
$100, great condition,
386-986-3136 Vol
AIR HOCKEY Game
Table- 7', electronic scor-
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ANGEL COLLECTORS-
small to medium size,
white CeramicAnes
$25all, 386-304-9822 Vol S
BABY BOUNCY- new,

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BARBIE DUNE BUGGY
full size excellent condi-
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$415. 386-441-7793 Vol


BATHTUB- Porcelain on
steel, almond color,
5'x31", faucet on left.
$49, 386-426-8200 Vol
BED, BUNK- Al sha e,
wooden, $195 oo
386-255-7668 Vol
BED, Twin- new mattress
& boxspring, brwn wood,
$1000bo, 407-493-2601
BIKES- ladies/mens, (2)
single speed, $25each,
Eta3 3trnf6 49bike rack
BLINDS, ALUMINUM- 2
sets, came off 6' French
doors, w/mounting hard-
ware, $40, 386-671-6805
BUNK BEDS- red metal,
bottom is full size, top
single, never slept on,
$100, 386-690-6598 Vol
CARPET CLEANER.
ISteam Vac Hoover 12
Stamp motor, like new,
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3,P~a6i 1set wl6Vjairs,
CHAIR, RECLINING
electric lounger, beige
naugahyde, like new,
$50, 386-761-9080 Vol
CHeAnR,An IsNG4BA K
tique side table, oak $95.
exc cond. 386-671-0173
CHAIRS, Upholstered-
(2), good condition, $199'
386-677-7044 Vol
CHINA CABINET- 60's
tmp dov t iled drsweon
$150, 386-427-4116 Vol
CHINA CABINET- igt
wood gl ss. 7a0 0 e ~'~
386-760-1760 Vol
CHRISTMAS CERAMIC
Houses $5 each
386-441-3363 or
386-871-0747
CHRISTMAS TREE- 6'
$5, Assorted Ornaments,
$10, 386-253-8337 Vol
CHRISTMAS TREE- 7 ft.
600 lights, molded PVC
like real branches. $175.
386-673-1613 Vol
CHRISTMAS TREE- arti-
ficial, green, 7', $125,
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COAT, SWING- Lucien
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COMMODE, Bedside-
ultra modern, black
wrought iron & blue vinyl,
$25, 386-672-1322 Vol
CONCRETE EDGING-
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curved, 30-40pcs, $1
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CRIB- white metal, with
Sealy mattress, like new,
$75, 386-677-6209 Vol
CURIO- for hall, lighted.
glass & light oak, $40,
2x4 lay in Ceiling Tiles
(13), $5ea, 386-756-8338
DESK- 7 drawers, 27x60,
$65, GE Refrigerator 18
cuble feet, $125,
386-424-1392 Vol
DINING SET 4 chairs, 2
Leaves. Be 5tiful Ms
386-756-8946 S Vol
DININGROOM SET- ta-
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matching hutch, $200
386-76 -5973 Vol *
DININGROOM SETS- 1
set w/bar & 2 chairs, 1
set w/ 4 chairs, good con-
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DISHWASHER- 18",,
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440-5CA 4Se t- fits in
sat belt, for rnall dgatno
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Large dog kennel. $40
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386-441-0824 Vol.
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WILL SUBDIVIDE Owner
Financing, No Credit
Check. Deer, Turkev &
Fish. 11br with I1ba
lodge,12ac & 8ac lake
404-354-5872
www. ReedPlantation.co


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PONCE INLET- 2 bedrm
2 bathrm 2 car garage.
Florlda room. Large
fenced ardl, walk to
beach. 5 month-
386-322-4691 / 295-0365


PORT ORANGE Extra
clean 2br. New carpet, &

Aa now r 6-76610 m/D
PORT ORANGE-
very clean doublewide
-u inside, iprt3r1b~g screened l~
smoking/pets $750/mo.
pesyear lase. Law~nL
386-767-0020
Port Orange- 52 Cy ress
Pond Rd. Summer Trees
55+ comm. 2br/2ba
vWcomm pool. furn or not
$750. mo Jeanne Bush,
Alexander RE
386-690-9018


DAYTONA BEACH
Mainland 2 bedroom
Duplex. Central Air,
Porch, $650/mo.
Call Bill 914-806-0502
D MONA- bHOLLYvHllLL

Almost 2000sf, 3/2/2,
completely updated, lots
of tile, new carpet, ceiling
fn lcate off Novau 8

EDGEWATER
Dulx3 bedroom, 1
baUth. XWasher & Dryer
hookups Clean, ready, no
pets, $625/mo $825 Se-
38-28-31471 Ev ninds

EDGEWATER-Shangri-
La Village, immac. 2/2,
gar w/opener, quiet adult
area, w/d lawncare incl.
$725/mo. 440-582-3606
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AaYTONA BE CHs b
nestled between river &
downtown. Quiet neghhd
$900 m 386-295-3194

DAYTONA BEACH-
Beachside home 3/4 w/
hardwd & tile firs, WID
Pets OK. $1,400/mo-
D8A6-846N-4745BECSIE

3 blocks to beach, Huge
2 story Victorian home-
4/35,ig fa~m room, ~Ig eat
In kiceformal dnn,
wood floors, central alc,
exclusive Seabreeze
mo rsc. 36-212- 5/
DAYTONA- HOLLY HILL
Absolute best value
Almost 2000sf, 3/2/2
completely updated, lots
of tile, new carpet, ceilln
fans, located off Nova 6
3rd St. $925 + util
386-237-1295

EDGEeeTwER 720b6/1M5aba
St. Scrn porch, Tool
shed. $705/mo or
2br/2ba duplex, 2911 In-
dia Palm, fncd yard, CHA
$695/mo 386-423-5273
EDGEWATER: Newl
renovated 2br/1ba, Wl
to River, Quiet neighbor
hood. 111 Neptune Dr
36-0689-190No pt.

New Smyrna Area
IEdgewater Brand new
3/2/2. Bring your boatI
Deep water canal 300'
erml intracoa 1a. Cltos
beach. Travatine tile, wal-
kin marble shower in
Master ba $1250 mo
407-509-6743
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
3/2 split plan wlFL- rm.
Tile thro ghlou w/corups

la verne Garg bnac baord
hood. Lag kitchen with
refr grator dishwasher
aed gasnstove with du
ances including washer &
gas dryer. Also a new on-
deadgas hot water
hete ctob heldpoe Pt~hD
bedroom area could easi-
ly be used as mn-law suite
wth its ow 0kice ara


curt dseposit moves you

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rmE w/d, 100l ydsto



NEW SMYRNA, 21

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teret. Pvts f ncedbck-
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LINHmoinl TOURING
Scoter, 30cc,'08,get
dovern' 75mlpgonly 15 i

y Must seli $80 obo
386-d 846-3733682-500







KZ900,r KZ00c 08, H2-50'
H1-r 500, o1-50,S2-50,



m fully oaded, excel slent
oust, alc $13,00 obo
386-882-3735 62/754994

GAAGTED SAALES
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DAYTONA SHORES
Oceanfront efficiency &
studio. furn. king size bd,
pool, exerc rm. cablelutil
inc. 6 mo Ise. $850 &
$800.386-788-2749
DAYTONA SHORES
Oceanfront, 2/2, $950
I-term. Incl. water, cable,
Dtils:S386 7 7229Av.
DAYTONA SHORES-
2/2, Oceanfront, Nebwly
renovated, furn. Po,
gym, gar pkg $1295/mo.
+sec. No Pets. 386-
322-7452 954-609-7639

ErDGn WATER Largeue 1
area,furn/unfurn $590/
mo.+sec. water & .1/2
elec. incid. 386-689-8766
NEW SMYRNA Free
1st Month Rent $595 -
moves you in. 2br, 1ba.
Bo0s 6n0 o3BcR 2r



No dogs. 386-689-1243
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
ocean condo. South
beach. 2/3 furn. Tennis
pools. Avail Jan thru ArI
$1350/mo 630-248-219 ~i


NEW SMYRNA BEACH
O eafruon1, 2 pB2BA,
nis courts, only $1250/mo
1st, last,8 Call Arnle 386-4 7-7577
ORMOND BEACH- 2/1
beautiful oocea vew nar

hetairmonewl6-6renva~ted.

PONCE INLET Ocean
views. Furn. 2br/2ba,
Completely renovated..
Private Beach access!

Nmal mt 407-83-210506/m.
PORT ORANGE
2 bedrooms, 1 bath,
new carpet, tile and paint.
CentrE h~eat a air.
$675 monthly Pet OK.
Call 386-7 5-3862
PORT ORANGE -
1 nbedroor rapO tmenar fr
Only 1 block to river. Qui-
et, shad ,r private park-

Avilawb e nw 5/m
Call 386-316-4919


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SO. DAYTONA- Brig
2/2, $625/mo. Lrgbrgt
freshly painted, spotless.
Off Ridgewood near
Puiblix. Incl. water/ sew-
er. Susan 386-212-7978


up 0
VERO BEACH: Move in
special Newly remod-
eled. 1br & 2br from
$575. Tile, New appl.
Close to Beaches, Parks
& Rest. 772-563-0013







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TRAILERS- OPEN flat
bed, 3 axel, dovetail, 24'
long, heavy duty. Very
good condition. $1500
each or best offer.
772-633-5265

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.NEW SMYRNA
BEACtlSIDE

839 26th AVENUE
2/1, tiled throughout,


$850/mo

209 DUE EAST
3/2, spacious rooms,
walk to the beach
$1,075/mo

DIAMOND HEAD
2/2, spectacular views,
2 boat slps -
$1,600/mo

1002 HORTON STREET
3/, garage' hr
distance to each


71 2ND AVENUE
2/.2dforapt,
short distance to beach
$700/mo

300 N. PENINSULA
AVE.
2/1 apt, includes.
utilities .
$900/mo

3834 SANDSTONE

,3/2 spilt plan, garage,
cul-de-sac, walk to the
beach
$1,100/mo

NEW SMYRNA
MAINLAND

284 SWEET BAY
3/2, on the fairway
at Sugar MiII
$1,200/mo

679 MT. OLYMPUS
2/2.5 Townhome*
Sugar MiII Landings,
community podi
$1,100/mo

26 STYMIE LANE
2/2, large screened
porch, 2 car garage
$1,100/mo

EDGEWATER


3/2 f nced yrd .xra
lag g rgoe


102 IEARSTbREa









)RMOND BY THE SEA
Cute 2/2/1, C/H/A, FL
room, sh s, w/5 hook-
10p7--4 -9707 .
ORMOND BY THE SEA
Spacious 2/1, tile thru
out, w/d hook up, C/H/A,
detached garage, off
street pkg, walk to beach!
$825/mo. 386-681-9339


DAYTONA BEACH V"' rlua
SHORES 2br/2.5ba, on3867-25
Atlantic Ave., W/D, dish-
washer, tile firs., remod-
eled bathrooms, $840mo,
Call (386)871-4907
HOLLY HILL Brand new EDGEWATER 2/2eat in
townhome! 3/2/1, lake- kitchen, laundry room in
front, 4 miles from shed, carport. Dock, boat
beach.d Grat4 oc 6821800/ ramp Im .4 -2026p ols,

NEW SMYRNA BEACH OAK HILL 2/1 mobile
cute townhouse with nice home, clean, quiet park,
waterview. 2/2 garage, $480/month plus deposit.
convenient location, All Eric 386-589-3358
cr et & ant. Rady fow OAK HILL Canal front
you. 863-712-3564 2/2 trailer w/ living rm,
ORIMOND -TOWNHOME porch addition, 1250sf.,
for rent $1100mo. 3BFI, garage, covered boat slip
2BA, 2CG Halifax Plan- w/lift & dock rm, Large
station 6mo. min. Scrn. dock on beautiful canal
Lanai 386-615-0742 or w/friendly neighbors &
386-295-5580 rea fishing. $800/mo &
RM Da a 850 depO 321-543 01220+

place, end unit wl2 court comm, P~oo~l gym rec
yards. 1600sf. Lease/sale room, aczilibrary
$995.mo 386-672-9991 2/1.5, w/d, near 'every-
ELI2A IN5BAt wAREA toh Is 3986-m66-@ to
Near Embrey Riddle &
Publix shopping.$695/mo
Small pets ok. Incentives
offered, call 386-767-6533 NW SMRABah

2bUT.5Hba tDAnh~oONe 715 W. Canal St. $900.
central loc, incl trash mo.. 1st, last, sec.
pic6 5p6- 7p 12$6 19mo. O fc/wrh-s -21use.


NORTH CAROLINA-
Winter in the Mountains!
Plan your holiday
memories today. Foscoe
Rentals 1-800-723-7341
www.foscoerentals.com
ST. AUGUSTINE BCH
Oeanvie~wc f oto f 99

fr. $199nite/$1399wk
Oceanfront wedding $349
rHistoric Dis t .c fr
129 ite Dico4%t C uis
www.sunstatevacation.com

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GATLINBURG TENN
Book for the Holidays!
Near Dollywood. Plan
your break now. 2 & 3 br
chalets with mountain
vlews, hot tubs, Jacuzzis,

r~endely. 1~~-87-25-3335 e
www.marysescape.com
MARATHON. LUXURY
1-6 bedroom vacation
homes. Beautiful ocean-
front properties. Heated
pools, hot tub, docks.
Weekly & long weekend
rates. 1-888-564-5800
American-Paradise.com


W iu li4~~
DODGE VIPER '00 GTS
Coupe Red. 8000 original
miles, mint cond $52,900
Days 386-589-3620 Even
386-677-5943



BLOWN HEAD Gasket?

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CHEVY CAMARO Z28

rfto g-s dlet~hesr. AeS
certified. $6K or trade for
Minivan or SUV.
386-871-2504


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CHRYSLER SEBRING
Limited Conv. '99, 80K
miles, top line loaded 1
owner garaged looks &
runs like new. $4850.
Must See 386-566-6204
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JEEP LARADO 1995,
white, 4 wheel drive, cold
alc, new tires & battery,
runs good. Asking $2700
386-252-9437

, m~
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18' diamond steel deck
angled for easy loading.
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34' WELLCRAFT Scarab
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